Condemned Without Judgement
Bert Linder's serene retirement in a California desert community was unexpectedly interrupted by the past horrors of the Holocaust when his young grandson innocently inquired about the strange numbers tattooed on his arm. It was during the difficult explanation to the youngster that he decided to commit his most harrowing and intimate memories to a book. In the author's own words This is the story of a victor rather than a victim. It is an inspiring adventure of a man who despite bearing witness to evil and carnage beyond comprehension remains steadfast in his belief in the ultimate good side of humanity.
By: Birt Linder